In 2016, Apple introduced it’s Apple Watch Series 2 along with an interesting feature that allows the smartwatch to expel water that is inside its speakers with a single touch on the screen.
And now, it’s also possible to do it on the iPhone thanks to a shortcut from Siri.
There is a wide repertoire of Siri shortcuts able to perform almost any action in the operating system in a completely automated way, even by means of personalized voice commands. And one of these shortcuts will allow us to expel the water that resides inside the iPhone with the same ease as in the smartwatch.
How to expel water from inside your iPhone
The Apple Watch Series 2 and later models have water resistance up to 50 meters deep. However, there is a small problem. It is not possible to completely seal the loudspeakers of the device and prevent water from penetrating through its holes.
However, Apple designed a low-frequency sound that, when issued, causes the water to be expelled from inside. Smart.
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you play this low-frequency sound on your iPhone? That’s right, it also works.
If you want to try it on your iPhone, all you have to do is download this iOS 12 shortcuts created by the developer Josh on RoutineHub.
Important: DO NOT attempt to eject water through this low-frequency sound while wearing headphones. It can be harmful to your ear.